The Claddagh Pendant with Trinity Knot is a medium sized Claddagh Pendant with a Trinity Knot integrated into the top arc connecting the two hands to the heart. This Claddagh pendant is approximately 1 1/4″ including the bale, and has fine detail on the hands and crown.
Celtic Jewelry Symbol Meaning: The Celtic symbolism of the Claddagh Pendant with Trinity Knot combines two of the oldest and most popular Celtic symbols. The claddagh stands for Friendship (hands), Loyalty (crown) and Love (heart). It’s motto is, “Let Love and Friendship Rein forever”. It is given and worn, both in friendship and romantic love. It’s origin, over 400 years ago, is from the village of Claddagh, near Galway, Ireland, but has been adopted by Celts of all persuasions due to its dynamic symbolism.
The Trinity Knot or Triquetra, is one of the earliest Celtic symbols, and is believed to predate the cross by hundreds of years. It symbolizes the trinity in all of its forms, Body, Mind & Spirit; Maiden, Mother & Crone; Air, Water & Earth; the Christian trinity, and the interconnectedness of all things.
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